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in virginia, they're basically independents, i've said to both of them. if you take money out of politicia politicians, do you think that will solve most of the problems in politics? the answer is yes, it will. >> the roberts court under bush that has giving us the supreme court decision that says -- tomorrow you could be dill gan ratigan, say anything up, and that the be legal now. >> now i know what i'm doing tomorrow. give audrey the bill. let's talk about the white house for a second. we have seen a string of folks on the way out. the latest and graeters. interpretations from the floor. start with you, brian, how do you see what's going on at this white house? >> sure, summers is out, axelrod is out, in the spring realm is out. it's a white house in trouble, clearly. they need some folks out there there will be a read neat to do that. >> why is that so absurd? >> i think this is a good opportunity. >> the last time i checked, i'm pretty sure there's not been a single president in the entire history of this country, since 1789, not one single president since we've had chiefs of staff th
have manipulated the campaign finance law, we have limited who can do what i looked a at virginia, haven't had any problems within their campaign finance at all within 30 years and theirs is no limits, you got to publish it. if i have a conflict of interest and publishing it that is going to control me better than any sets of rules or regulations. >> i totally agree. >> transparency is the answer. we can't get an earmarked transparency bill so the american people can find out what the earmarks are who is getting the benefit shot, well-connected person that is going to benefit from this and what is the campaign finance payments for getting earmarks? >> do you think you could get a law that would mandate forced disclosure to your point, where the legal onus would be on somebody like you do with your job, if you fail to disclose, you are automatically in violation, as opposed to current ver? >> we have disclosure now but tough go to 550 cites to find all the information. so, in essence, and we have that rule, you have to disclose it, except the american people can't find it because y
economic discussions, this the latest photo op presenting the "real housewives" of richmond, virginia, proceeded this morning by the real housewives of des moines, the president trying to show he is on top of the crisis. we have seen how he has actually dealt with it catering to bangsters, creating a mandate to biinto an unreformed insurance monopoly, escalating the war in afghanistan. unfortunately, republicans only seem to come one no plan or worse plans. isn't having special interests control your government fun? how the rest of us have to deal while those who buy our government feast. new census figures show more americans are delaying marriage to avoid the cost of the wedding. families downsizing and home owners are either stuck where they are because they owe more than their house is worth or they are without a roof at all because they have been foreclosed on. one in eight homes now sit vacant. one in seven americans now below the poverty line, while others who control the government reap the largest compensation any american has ever reaped in the form of all these various bonu
brought to us by the white house, the president surrounded by ordinary folks in a virginia backyard looking to convince an normally skeptical public that the law is a good thing. >> we are now actually able to provide some help to the american people. essentially, part of the -- part of the affordable care act that we could implement right now and will take effect, is it today or tomorrow? tomorrow. the most important patient's bill of rights that we have ever seen in our history. >> go ahead. >> well -- >> the backyard thing, i can't take it, but that is my personal problem. where do you think he stands on this piece of legislation? >> the president has now a record. he has got two years to run on, whether you like it or not. the health care bill, the law, wit administration was hoping would be popular by now isn't and part of the administration's effort to say, hey, look, we did this. >> what is the best sell? this is heavy handed, that you didn't break up the monopoly? what is their best sell? >> this is the best sell. tomorrow, the pre-existing conditioning it is now -- it is no
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